Winamac Parks and Recreation Board

To help the parks with a long list of maintenance and mowing the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board discussed how to fund a part-time employee.  At a regular meeting on Sept. 6, parks board president Courtney Poor asked how the board could go about implementing a park tax. He would like to use the...
As the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board continues to discuss improving the town park, other groups are wanting to spruce up the fairgrounds.  4-H Jr. Leaders talked with parks board members regarding the planter that welcomes visitors to the 4-H fairgrounds during a regular parks board meeting on...
Winamac Parks and Recreation Board members are looking to purchase some new playground equipment but the costs could deter the idea.  The board members have been discussing the costs of new equipment as there is some potential grant funding available through the Kiwanis Club. The announcement of...
Several ideas were discussed by the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board as they plan for a new year.  During a regular meeting on Jan. 4, board president Courtney Poor raised several questions to the board as he has been approached by people in the community. The questions included if the board...
Permission was granted to upgrade the restrooms near the horse arena in the Winamac Town Park during the June 1 meeting.
The Pulaski County Fair Board is continuing what it began last year in regards to becoming more ADA-compliant.  During a Winamac Parks and Recreation Board meeting on June 1, members of the Pulaski County Fair Board and Power From the Past approached the park board about finishing the upgrading of...
The Winamac Parks and Recreation Board held a public meeting in regards to obtaining grant funding for the proposed community pool.  On May 22, an audience gathered to discuss how a Department of Natural Resources Land and Water Conservation Fund grant could impact the proposed community pool...
The Winamac Parks and Recreation Board held a meeting on Thursday, April 6.
The Winamac Parks and Recreation Board are ready to move forward with the proposed pool project but there are several questions to wade through.  During a regular board meeting on April 6, parks board president Courtney Poor announced that the board has been given the green light from the...
As the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board continues to move forward and plan for the future, a discussion of creating an advisory council was held.  During a regular meeting on June 16, park board members discussed  the benefits of an advisory council. Boardman Chris Schramm said he has spoken with...

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